MY SOUL IS FED BY NEEDLE AND THREAD
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Friday, April 29, 2016

Quirky Quilts Qld Class

Yesterday I taught my first class at my LQS Quirky Quilts here in Springwood.  It was a stitchery class for the stitchery on my Sweet Cupcake tote bag design.
I had a lovely group of ladies and I enjoyed their company.....
They all went away happy so that was very nice and hopefully I imparted some knowledge as well. Thank you ladies and QuirkyQuilts.
Sewing wise I am still working on Vicki Tucek's embroidery block for Splendid Sampler. It is such a pretty block and I am enjoying not rushing it.
I have also managed to decide on my Dutch Treat top fabric....
I am using my French General reds and some of their friends for the underneath fabric. Love red and cream quilts!
Hopefully it will work even though I am using a variety of different fabrics.
Sorry the photos are not better...bit of a yuk day here.
I have some lovely show and tell blocks from the Wednesday night girls but I will save them for next post....you think I'm crazy! Lol! Wait until you see these blocks.
Ok! I am off out the door....enjoy your weekend.
If it doesn't nourish your soul ... let it go!

Namaste and Blessings Michelle xxx



14 comments:

  1. Glad your class went well. Looks like everyone is having fun. Love the fabrics for Dutch Treat. Hugs, xd

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  2. Your bag is lovely. I'm sure the ladies enjoyed your class.

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  3. well done with your class - I'm sure they all had a great time and learnt some new things as well as getting to start on a lovely bag.... I hope the different fabrics works too since I am doing the same!!! haha... I'm really looking forward to DT now...
    Hugz

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  4. The more fabrics, the better! What a pretty bag, it's very sweet.

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  5. That project looks great Michelle, glad you and the ladies had a good time. I love that background color and with the red, your block will look awesome. Have a great long weekend, Guida.

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  6. Congratulations on a great start with Quirky Quilts. I'm sure the ladies enjoyed it very much; your cupcake design is so pretty. Imagine taking that bag to High Tea!! xx

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  7. Dear Michelle,
    bet you had a great class, your bag is wonderful, lovely design.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  8. Hi Michelle I knew your class would be awesome,look at that gorgeous design ,wish I was up your way to do the class your quilt fabrics are beautiful,enjoy your evening my friend xx

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  9. Lucky ladies attending your stitchery class. I'm sure they love it.
    Your red FG fabrics will look great for Dutch Treat. I saw one up close at AQC Melbourne. Amazing!

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  10. So glad your class went well Michelle. I love Vicki's block - I must draw it up and then at least I will have started on it! Think your cream and red scheme is going to be gorgeous. xx

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  11. I'm glad for you that class went well - the first one is always the hardest. The cram & French Generals will be gorgeous.

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  12. Glad to hear your class went well :-) Ohhh a red and cream quilt - beautiful!

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  13. Well done on more than surviving your first class! You must be so proud of yourself :) Love the fabrics you've put together for Dutch Treat

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  14. I am so pleased the class went well. Although I would not have expected otherwise.
    The collection of fabrics for your next project is lovely.

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